(Off-Market) Colorado County TX Golf-Related Previously for Sale

Golf-Related Land Information
Browse all golf-related land for sale in Colorado County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. You can also browse more land and properties for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Colorado County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Colorado County ranks 82nd by overall square mileage. Colorado County is located in Upper Texas Coast. Nestled just east of Houston lies the expansive county of Colorado. Colorado County stretches across 974 square miles and is home to just under 21,000 residents. The expansive county offers a vibrant mix of amenities for residents to enjoy, such as the Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge. This scenic wildlife refuge offers guests a stunning waterfowl refuge, along with a visitor center and a 5-mile auto loop. For those who prefer the indoors, the Confederate Museum and the Santa Claus Museum are both great ways to brush up on history.


Golf-Related Land Information
Browse all golf-related land for sale in Colorado County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. You can also browse more land and properties for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Colorado County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Colorado County ranks 82nd by overall square mileage. Colorado County is located in Upper Texas Coast. Nestled just east of Houston lies the expansive county of Colorado. Colorado County stretches across 974 square miles and is home to just under 21,000 residents. The expansive county offers a vibrant mix of amenities for residents to enjoy, such as the Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge. This scenic wildlife refuge offers guests a stunning waterfowl refuge, along with a visitor center and a 5-mile auto loop. For those who prefer the indoors, the Confederate Museum and the Santa Claus Museum are both great ways to brush up on history.